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    Not at all - unless they try to push their religion upon people, then I have a problem. Otherwise, no

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bellaxo View Post
    Not at all - unless they try to push their religion upon people, then I have a problem. Otherwise, no

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    Perfect answer! Same here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eleven Eleven View Post
    Perfect answer! Same here.
    Same here. I believe in all matters spiritual... But I don't expect other people to believe nor do I expect them to listen unless they want too

    In saying that I have strictly religious friends. But in regards to certain things I feel sorry that their religions restrict their views in which they are "allowed" to feel they can have without prosecution of the all mighty...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedy View Post
    Yes. I'm sure the members of the Westboro Baptist church can be quite lovely but knowing what they all believe, I would absolutely judge a person if they told me they were a member and would be unwilling to spend any more time around them. Which is just as well as I doubt they'd want to spend time with me and my flamboyantly gay mates.
    I lmao at that

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    A little. I instantly feel a disconnect from very religious ppl, like I can't relate because they view things through a religious veil that I, being an atheist, do not.

    I feel like they are generally very conservative because I am not, I feel uncomfortably aware of my language and opinions.

    In saying that, I don't have a single friend who is a practising religious person, so don't have this issue very much.



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    I wouldn't say it effects my opinion of them. It would change how I see them as a person, just as finding out any important bit of info about someone does. It'd be the same if I found out someone has a disability, or used to be a different sex, or is passionate about animal rights. I wouldn't judge them but i would think 'ok now i have a different understanding of your view/reality.'

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    Quote Originally Posted by breakthemould View Post
    A little. I instantly feel a disconnect from very religious ppl, like I can't relate because they view things through a religious veil that I, being an atheist, do not.

    I feel like they are generally very conservative because I am not, I feel uncomfortably aware of my language and opinions.

    In saying that, I don't have a single friend who is a practising religious person, so don't have this issue very much.



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    If u gave us half a chance u would find we're as normal as the next person. Btw I'm a practicing religious person (hardly makes me a nun tho). Religion doesn't come into everything we do u know. if I was to only have religious ppl as friends, I'd miss out on many great friendships.. But yea.. Each to their own

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    I am a Jew and always freak out when I meet a Muslim. I just presume they are bred to hate me. I mostly hide my belief system and just be me and then hope they will realise that what u see is what u get.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveyDovey View Post
    I dated a mormon once too. I was madly in love with him and we were together for two years. He ended up breaking up with me because I didn't convert (he never asked me to) and according to their "laws" they have to be married by the time they are 25 (he was 24).

    I don't judge people by their religion at all, but if someone tells me they are a mormon I still feel that heartache and I resent that religion in a way.
    No where in the LDS religion does it say that they have to be married by the time they are 25. They marry for love not because they are turning 25. I was raised in the Latter Day Saints church and while I no longer go, I still have the beliefs I was raised with.


 

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